KQED

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KQED Public Radio 88.5 and 89.3 informs, educates and entertains listeners throughout the Bay Area, the state and beyond with a wide variety of news, public affairs and cultural affairs programming, composed of the best from National Public Radio, Public Radio International and the BBC. KQED is the most-listened-to public radio station in the country, reaching more than 745,000 listeners each week. KQED Public Radio began broadcasting its 24-hour news and information program service over KQEI-FM North Highlands/Sacramento 89.3FM on May 12, 2003.

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KPCC, KQED, KPLU and Oregon Public Broadcasting have interviewed dozens of potential voters younger than 30 and talked with them about politics, government and the future of the country.

  • From: KQED
  • Updated: Nov 04, 2012
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"Love in the Digital Age" explores the way we connect today, how technology changes the way we experience love, friendship and intimacy.

  • From: KQED
  • Updated: Apr 13, 2016
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54 Pieces

KQED's QUEST is a new multimedia series about the people behind San Francisco Bay Area science and environmental issues and how their work is changing the way we live. Do you know what is in your own backyard?

  • From: KQED
  • Updated: Oct 18, 2007
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QUEST investigates coal, the most plentiful–yet dirtiest–fossil fuel in America. Coal generates nearly half of all electricity nationwide. Yet with mounting new pollution regulations, health concerns and the rise of renewable energy, is America starting to turn against coal the way it slowly turned against tobacco? Find out with reports from four different states.

  • From: KQED
  • Updated: Sep 27, 2011
Caption: Aluminum cans await recycling., Credit: Kate Szrom/QUEST
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Once the hobby of a small number of environmentalists, recycling is now a multi-billion dollar industry. Here is a look at how changing economic times affect four states' efforts to deal with waste.

  • From: KQED
  • Updated: Aug 09, 2011
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An in-depth study of how well California is doing at teaching English to children.

  • From: KQED
  • Updated: Aug 03, 2006

Latest Pieces

From: KQED
Series: QUEST
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What's better for the environment?

Bought by KLCC


  • Added: Dec 18, 2007
  • Length: 05:26
  • Purchases: 1
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How can we get kids outside?

Bought by New Hampshire Public Radio


  • Added: Dec 18, 2007
  • Length: 05:06
  • Purchases: 1
From: KQED
Series: QUEST
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Would you be willing to pay a fee to drive downtown?

Bought by KVMR


  • Added: Nov 30, 2007
  • Length: 05:11
  • Purchases: 1
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Why San Francisco's recent oil spill will be so hard to clean up.

Bought by WAMC


  • Added: Nov 16, 2007
  • Length: 04:54
  • Purchases: 1
From: KQED
Series: QUEST
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In the DARPA Grand Challenge, the cars drive themselves.

  • Added: Nov 06, 2007
  • Length: 04:58
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One Fish, Two Fish: The Science of Protecting Sea Life

  • Added: Oct 26, 2007
  • Length: 04:45
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Is California's most controversial water proposal making a comeback?

  • Added: Oct 26, 2007
  • Length: 04:48
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What will it take to get healthy meals in School cafeterias? For starters, a new national farm policy.

Bought by KVMR


  • Added: Oct 19, 2007
  • Length: 04:55
  • Purchases: 1
From: KQED
Series: QUEST
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Solar and wind get all the press, but geothermal is poised for a comeback

Bought by WBEZ and WAMC


  • Added: Oct 16, 2007
  • Length: 05:01
  • Purchases: 2
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The Port of Oakland keeps shelves stocked at big box stores like WalMart? and Target. But what's the real cost to people who live nearby?

  • Added: Sep 21, 2007
  • Length: 05:48